Rising media company, Bustle, has opened their newest space in Midtown Manhattan. The project was a full floor renovation with a focus on open layouts and exposed ceilings. Occupants enjoy custom millwork, high end finishes and customized grooved oval ductwork, turning a typical “function-only” component into a form element.
Location: 158 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001
- Attempting to re-use as much existing sprinkler piping as possible.
- Minimize ductwork and duct heights.
- Returning air from rooms will all glass walls and no ceiling plenums.
- Existing sprinkler piping was surveyed meticulously to maintain most of the existing main lines without conflict with new ductwork.
- Main ducts were run in core area and then divided to pass into main where heights were minimized and did not interfere with elements below the plane of the lighting.
- Enclosed conference rooms with glass walls were provided with transfer ducts within wall cavities to avoid having to cut transfer grilles into glass walls.